Good Deal on Drill Bits!

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KJ Ryu
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Re: Good Deal on Drill Bits!

Post by KJ Ryu » Tue Dec 17, 2019 1:38 am

itselliott wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 2:55 pm
I wish I could hold a class on sharpening drills...………..As a tool & Die apprentice , years ago, I had 2 old German toolmakers drive me to tears "educating" me in the drill sharpening process...………..It is really super easy to sharpen a drill once you have got the process down.....
Agreed. As a machinist doing oilfield equipment repair (valve and BOP bodies), this is indispensable:

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118deg for standard metals, 135 for hard stuff, like Inconel.
Ron

2005 KJ, Hit-n-Run, 2am 6-17-2012, Totaled. :mad:
1977 SJ J10, 4v360, T18, D20, 37x14s, SOA & SF on tons, still ugly.
1978 SJ Wagoneer, 4v360, QT, 33x12.5s, lift by Sawzall :-bd NOT Running :(
1977 SJ J10, SniperEFI 401, QT, D44s, 31X10.5s :fsj:
2006 KJ
Mars wrote:One man's trans leak is another's penetrating oil :D


KJ Ryu
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Joined: Sun Jun 10, 2012 8:03 am
Location: Casper

Re: Good Deal on Drill Bits!

Post by KJ Ryu » Tue Dec 17, 2019 1:40 am

Also, keep your grinding wheels dressed and flat.

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Ron

2005 KJ, Hit-n-Run, 2am 6-17-2012, Totaled. :mad:
1977 SJ J10, 4v360, T18, D20, 37x14s, SOA & SF on tons, still ugly.
1978 SJ Wagoneer, 4v360, QT, 33x12.5s, lift by Sawzall :-bd NOT Running :(
1977 SJ J10, SniperEFI 401, QT, D44s, 31X10.5s :fsj:
2006 KJ
Mars wrote:One man's trans leak is another's penetrating oil :D


itselliott
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Location: VVest Michigan

Re: Good Deal on Drill Bits!

Post by itselliott » Thu Dec 26, 2019 8:05 am

RJ Kyu……..
Exactly correct on both counts! :-bd

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